Exploratory investigation into mild brain injury and discriminant analysis with high frequency bands (32-64 Hz).

@article{Thornton1999ExploratoryII,
  title={Exploratory investigation into mild brain injury and discriminant analysis with high frequency bands (32-64 Hz).},
  author={Kirtley E. Thornton},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 7},
  pages={477-88}
}
QEEG variables (five activation, two relationship variables, 19 locations and five bands up to 64 Hertz) were collected under eyes closed condition (under both 32 and 64 Hertz conditions) on 91 subjects, consisting of 32 mild brain-injured subjects (no loss of consciousness greater than 20 minutes) and 52 normals over the age of 14. An additional seven subjects who were unconscious greater than 20 minutes were available for analysis. Previous discriminant function analysis developed by Thatcher… CONTINUE READING

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